Replies

Replying to a tweet:

Antonio Garza Antonio Garza
Now you know why we like Android so much.

Android has their advantages, but interface design is not one of them. Flat design is all over the place, is not an apple only thing.

Ramiro Ruiz - 71.78°F
View Note

Replying to a tweet:

Jason Fried Jason Fried
BTW, in the whirlwind that was this week, I may have neglected to thank everyone for their incredible support. WOW, never ever been through a week like this. Massively popular product release, battling an existential threat to our business, hundreds of DMs + emails. TYTY ❤️

Congrats, the HEY.com support team is incredible! Super fast.

Ramiro Ruiz - 80.48°F
View Note

Replying to a tweet:

Edna Edna
It depends on the reading direction. Arabic and other RTL reading language users won’t find it easier.

You’re right, depends on the language. The main point I’m trying to make is how often I see center alight data or some crazy mixes having all three alignments in one table making them a nightmare to read.

Ramiro Ruiz - 82.02°F
View Note

Replying to a tweet:

Charlo Charlo
Let's celebrate smart things today. 🥳🔥🥳🔥🥳

I heard a theory that they did that to avoid people using them with the cable connected at all times, making it look “ugly”

I don’t know if that smart or evil. 🤷🏻‍♂️

Ramiro Ruiz - 83.12°F
View Note

Replying to a tweet:

Hahaha ✋🏼😅 hey I didn’t say I don’t like them, just that I’m seeing them everywhere. My current site has a purplish gradient 😂 so I’m guilty too

Ramiro Ruiz - 87.67°F
View Note

Replying to a tweet:

Mark Boulton Mark Boulton
Playbook for new app: 1. Combining all of your other apps 2. Geometric, friendly sans serif 2. Clipart illustrations 3. Purple 4. Whooshy swooshy animations on scroll 5. Over-familiar copywriting 6. Light mint green 7. Infuriating …

Random geometric elements are the new purple gradients.

Ramiro Ruiz - 80.26°F
View Note

Replying to a tweet:

Marcus Herrmann Marcus Herrmann
📝New blog post: Why don't we personal website owners collect all the feeds we generate at one central place, for example on a /feeds page? A place for RSS feeds of your blog posts, favorited items, or even tweets. Like this: http://marcus.io/feeds

Great idea! I have many feeds for the different post types in my site and I’m definitely going to make one!

Ramiro Ruiz - 77.76°F
View Note

Replying to a tweet:

Andy Budd Andy Budd
As Designers we think it's our job to come up with the best idea. The one that will best solve our users problems, and therefore our stakeholder problems. In truth our job is to come up with the least objectionable idea. The one we can safely navigate through the various …

Sharing early unfinished work helps me, communicating the reasoning of my decisions and being open to feedback. It makes them feel and actually be part of the result while you’re still responsible of how it turns out. Doesn’t matter who had the best idea.

Ramiro Ruiz - 75.64°F
View Note